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GEOG 131 A   Environmental Geography Back to Results  

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Total3536-122

InstructorLoranty, Michael M.
MeetsMWF920-1010, HO 238
RestrictionsNo 2019 2018
DistributionNatural Sciences & Mathematics
Core AreaNone

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Provide students with a general understanding of the processes and spatial distribution of the Earth's primary physical systems and the ways in which humans interact with these systems. Course emphasis is divided into three areas: atmospheric processes, the spatial dynamics of vegetation and soils, and landform development. Students are introduced to the basic physical processes and interactions that operate within each of these categories, with special focus on the ways in which these factors relate to contemporary environmental problems.